The Broadcast Networks’ Only Golden Globe-Winning Series Heads to Hulu

Jan 9, 2017  •  Post A Comment

The TV show that saved the broadcast networks from being shut out at this year’s Golden Globe Awards has found a digital home. Hulu announced over the weekend that it has landed exclusive subscription streaming rights to the ABC comedy “black-ish.”

The series is now streaming in its entirety on Hulu, the service announced, with new episodes to continue to become available the day after they air on ABC.

As we reported this morning, Tracee Ellis Ross won the Golden Globe for best actress in a musical or comedy TV series during Sunday night’s ceremony, picking up the award for her performance as Rainbow Johnson on “black-ish.” She became the first black woman to win in the category since Debbie Allen took home the trophy for “Fame” in 1983.

It was the broadcast networks’ only win during Sunday’s Golden Globes.

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